If you are interested in history, art or culture there are some interesting places to visit in Hässleholm and the surrounding area. Below you will find a few of the museums and galleries that are open almost all year round.
Photo: Sven Persson/swelo.se
There is something for everyone among the exhibits in this rural museum. You can follow the village’s history in the wood products and furniture industry, and see the unique chairs made from 34 different kinds of wood. The Homestead Park next door offers pleasant promenades along the Bjärlången lake. In the summer, the park is host to community singing, Midsummer celebrations, etc.
One of the largest model railways in Sweden is found in Hässleholm, and shows what the town and its surrounding stations looked like during the 1960s. The model is in 1:87 scale and has thirty-something trains and double-track digital operation. It uses a total of over 1,500 metres of track and over 350 switches. The building models and environments were constructed based on original drawings and old photographs. Viewings are held twice monthly, and a train market is held in October for model railway enthusiasts.
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